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Road Raging Florida Man Points Gun at a Mom and Her Son, Ends Up Accidentally Shooting Himself

Oh, Florida Man....you've done it again. Melissa Drake and her son said a man was driving erratically, brake-checking them and then they realized he was actually pointing a handgun at them. Apparently he didn't think the handgun was doing the trick, so he pulled out something even bigger:

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News of Stephen Colbert's Generosity Goes Viral, Spurs More Donations Nationwide

News of Stephen Colbert's surprise announcement that he was teaming with Donorschoose.org to fund every single teacher-requested grant in South Carolina went mega-viral yesterday. All the attention to the story brought about something else rather extraordinary—readers funding teacher-requested grants nationwide. Reddit users were particularly keen to help and as of last night, these projects were funded:

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GOP Congresswoman's Facebook Invitation to Constituents to Share Obamacare Horror Stories Backfires

Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers posted an image on her official Facebook page, slamming the Affordable Care Act on the fifth anniversary of President Obama signing it into law. She asked constituents to share their Obamacare nightmare stories and well, the response probably wasn't what she expected. Below are a small sample of the comments constituents left on her page:

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Arkansas Republican Gave His Adopted Children Away to a Man Who Raped One of Them

The Arkansas Times is out with an expose on Arkansas Rep. Justin Harris with shocking revelations that he and his wife gave their adopted 6-year-old and 3-year-old daughters to Eric Cameron Francis, a man who worked as a teacher at their Christian preschool and was fired after only three months on the job.

For reasons still unclear, the Harris' gave the girls away, first to Francis and his wife, and then to another unnamed family. But, not before Francis did the unthinkable:

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Pope Francis: Money is the Root of All Evil

Pope Francis is really on a roll, even for this non-believer. Yesterday he rejected the Catholic Church's longtime focus on women's rights and homosexuality. Today, he says money is the root of all evil.

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